Mercy High School’s 25th Annual John L. Stasiak Memorial Golf Outing
Tuesday, May 9, 2023
Oakmont Green Golf Club in Manchester, Maryland
Message from the Fathers’ Club President
Thank you for visiting the Fathers’ Club website at Mercy High School. I would like to extend my personal invitation to come to our monthly meetings. The Fathers’ Club is open to any man who has a student in our school. You may begin attending at any point in the year and you will be made welcome.
Our meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month from September to June. They begin at 7 p.m. in the school dining hall. Fathers’ Club business is conducted first, followed by socializing — a buffet dinner and drinks compliments of our club. It is a great way to enhance your daughter’s high school experience while also allowing you to interact with other current Mercy fathers and fathers of alumnae.
The Mercy Fathers’ Club is involved in many facets of the girls’ experiences here at Mercy. One of the most important things we do is give our time for our girls. The Mercy Fathers’ Club provides supervision for many of the activities that occur throughout the school year and provides school support through other special projects or events, such as the annual Golf Outing, the Crab Feast Raffle, and guest bartender nights.
Some of our events are for us fathers and some are in service to our daughters, but all of our events allow us to continue to support Mercy’s mission while interacting and connecting with other groups within the Mercy community.
There is no commitment other than to involve yourself at the level that your time and talents allow! The Mercy Fathers’ Club currently has over 100 members including alumni dads, yet we need the support of all Mercy fathers. You and your ideas are valued and welcomed.
These experiences will be ones that you enjoy and will carry with you after your daughter graduates. Being a part of the Mercy Fathers’ Club is a great way to make new friends and to build lasting memories of your daughter’s time here at Mercy. Accept this as my personal invitation to attend a meeting and see how you can become a part of this great group of fathers.
On behalf of all of the members of The Mercy Fathers’ Club, welcome! We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
Chris Compton, Jr. P’26